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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspoper that mokes all North I owans neighbors Edition VOL w MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1H4 Hike COMUU ot tecUOM Section Ow Praw ruC WtoM 1M in holiday rioting FOCUS on North Iowa VILLAGE SMITHY 4Wallace Pavey 80 works ing horses Pavey reveals that he hasnt shod ahorse over the forge in his blacksmithshop in 25 years Pavey now is con tentwith fixingVlaym r Paveyablacksmith for 56 years mowers and sharpening plowshares and fieldcutters same forgefor morethan 30 years Pavey also Klemmesjustice of the peace people think of with shoe for the last 16 years Progress hinted in car talks Strike may be averted DETROIT AP Chrysler and the United Auto Workers Union were expected to go into virtually roundtheclock bar gaining sessions Monday in ef forts to avoid a crippling strike of some 75000 workers With a strike deadline only two days away negotiators met throughout most of Sunday and into early Monday morning but there was no word or what progress was being made if union demands for a new labor contract Under joint agreement news blackout wa imposed Saturdayto prevent leaks which might embarrass one side or the other UAW President Walter Reu her who was to introduce resident Johnson at a Labor Day rally in Detroits Kennedy Square planned to join the bargaining table for an hour or so before catching up with the President downtown The fact that Reuther decide to stay withthe negotiation rather than greet the Presiden at the airport was interprete as an indication that the talk were proving fruitful POLICE LINE UP AGAINST TEENAGERS IN SEASIDE ORE Call out National Guard Youths storm police station By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS violence erupted at opposite ends of the country Oregon and New Hampshire over the Labor Day weekend with hordes of youths storming through streets hurling mis siles and shattering windows At Hampton Beachi NH tjii National Guard was called but Sunday night aidriottrained state and local police using tear gas and dogs to battle some 10000 teenagers Police were pelted with bottles more than four hours and the towns police station was stormed Scores of windows were broken and fires reportedly were set in several buildings condemns violence WASHINGTON AP of LaborW Record road toll expected on the Labor Day weekend CHICAGO tfl Deaths on the nations roads and highways maintained a pace Monday which the National Safety Coun cil said could eclipse the 1963 record for a Labor Day week end As the 78hour holiday moved into its final phase a safety council official said It ap pears the final total will exceed last The nations most prolific killer traffic had taken 382 lives at the latest count The big surge still lay ahead homeward rush for thou sands of motorists who used summers final holiday for visits and for drives to recrea tion areas began at 6 pm local time Friday and will end at midnight Monday The death record for a Labor Day weekend was established last year when 557 persons died on the countrys roads The U S Weather Bureau said most of the country would have clear weather Death rate soars on Iowa highways By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas death toll for the long Labor Day weekend stood at 13 traffic fatalities and one drowning The latest victim was Donald Photofai LITTLE OLD Mrs Delbert Hayford 60 chosen Little Old Lady of Du buque by a promotional group here is going to the Worlds Fair Sept 27 The aim is for her to spread the word that this is a fastgrowing forward looking city rather than a sym bol of privincialism World Bank loans total billion WASHINGTON AP World Bank loan commitments totalec more than billion in the pas fiscal year the bank reported Sunday The commitments includcc million from the bank itsel plus S283 million in credits b he International Developmen Association and million in oans and equity investments b International Finance Corp They are affiliates of the Worl Bank The report showed for th fiscal year ending June 30 nc income of million ee Muller 29 of near Coin illed Sunday night when struck y a car while walking along a ounty road about nine mile cst of Ciarinda The Stat ighway Patrol identified th river as Martin Tillman 73 o Essex One of the highway crashc laimed three lives and anothe illed a Des Moines couple Steven John Molitor 9 drown d Sunday in a pond near th arm home of his parents Mr nd Mrs Eldon Molitor of nea Vaukon The safety council had ated before the holiday affic accidents would c etwccn 490 and 590 lives csti that Chrysler has been singled out as the UAWs No 1 strike target this year with 10 am Wednes day set as the deadline for a new agreement or a mass walk out The unions present three year contracts with Chrysler Fordand General Motors origi nally were due to expire at the end of August By mutual agreement they were extended to Sept 9 All of the Big Three automak ers offered the UAW virtually dentical proposals last month for higher wages im proved holiday and vacation The Associated Press made a urvey on a 78hour nonholiday cekend to establish a basis for omparison From 6 pm Fri ay Aug 21 to midnight Mon ay Aug 24 456 persons died in raffic accidents Twenty others erishcd in boating mishaps anc 0 drowned for a total of 506 Last year a total of 632 per ons died during the Labor Day in traffic 21 in loating accidents and 54 drowning by Sec7 Willard for the poi the Wirlz called Monday of two sonbus elements from American scene One is the falsity of loosei talk about something called the backlash he said in a prepared Labor Day talk Rarely has the truth been corrupted by a catchphrase It is a matter of great im portance that the AFLCIO meeting here in Washington last week rejected jquarely the infamous implication that Am erican labor would condone the so bigotry this Other recent Another young Sunday victim was Johnny Wilson 10 son Ir and Mrs Howard Wilso of Knoxville He was killed Cnoxville by a car which w eing backed up after stoppin o let out a passenger The collision of two cars late Saturday about seven miles west of Davenport on Highway 61 killed Mary Blacs 20 of DEATH Continued on Page 2 pay larger pension payments and other fringe benefits for about a half million auto indus ry workers The UAW rejected all three offers as inadequate in view of the recordbreaking profits reported by companies over the past 18 months Both Chrysler and the UAW expressed hope Satiiday that a strike could be prevented by hard practic giveandtake Reuther announced earlier that once a settlement is reachrd the union then would turn its full attention to Ford with GM coming last Negotia tions have been Continuing at clear that its use is aslander phrase events implies make it and a libel designed to poison the wellsprings of truth upon Photof ax LOG JAM of rioting youthsgoad tkilice in Seaside Ore as theytry to a giant log into the downtown area SAME Black Means Traffic Death In Pnsl 21 Hours BARKLEY WIDOW DIES both companies on level Bargaining at which the democracy depends Similarly the excesses of violence which have erupted must be put lest they too result in the sins of a few being visited upon the many Murderers in Southern swamps and rioters in Eastern cities must be identified clearly fr what they are corrupters of law and order and enemies mostof all to themselves In a government by the people violence is anarchy It is not a matter of civil rights but a matter of civil disobedience In his remarks for the tradi tional wreathlaying ceremony a secondary honor Of james Cardinal Gibbons Wirtz said the year American Motors where the contract runs out Oct 15 resumes this week Inside The Globe we mark today has been except for one brutal scar upon it a good year It has been the long awaited for toolong postponed year of truth in our human relationships NO BIRCH CHOICE WASHINGTON Jane Barkley 52 widow of former Vice President Alben W Bar klcy died Sunday The former Elizabeth Jane Rucker of Key tesville Mo married the Vice President in 1949 Barkley died in 1956 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news Latest markets 7 Society news I Sports news Ml Comics 11 Transit timetable 12 Classified pages 1213 North Iowa news 14 NEW YORK Robert Welch president of Birch Society said cites importance of votincj In a Labor Day message President George Meany of the AFLCIO stressed the impor tance of voting for every citi zcn This election next Novem ber to a greater degree than any since before World War II will decide what kind of a coun try you and 1 and our children and grandchildren are going to live in Meany said Meany said the economic out look means much to union mem bers This lopsided boom of recent years has put things out of per spective he said Most of the employed Tunion or nonunion with stockholders store keepers and all the rest have never had it so good But a fifth of the people the on John a tele vision program Sunday that the society takes absolutely no po sition on politics on either side Welch who was interviewed on the NBC Meet the Press pro gram broadcast from New York declined to name his choice for president Heads for US SHODDY PRODUCTS MOSCOW UP Soviet trade officials are complaining that some clothing and shoes import ed from abroad are shoddy North Iowa Weather outlook Cooler Monday night and Tuesday Showers over most of North Iowa Lows in Sts Monday night Weather details Page 2 Dangerous Dora threatens MIAMI Fla AP Hurri cane Dora a huge and powerful storm that grows by the hour moved closer to the US main land Monday and made herself felt while still 700 miles out to sea Heavy seas already are in creasing along the southeast Atlantic Coast and will continue to grow during the next two days the US Weather Bureau said in its 5 am advisory JL At that time the storms cen ter was located about 700 miles cast of Cape Kennedy Highest winds near the center were estimated at 130 miles an hour Hurricane and gale force winds extend out as far as 300 miles to the northeast and 150 miles to the southwest of the center The storm now covers an area about 500 miles across and threatens to swallow up storm Ethel which was centered at 5 am about 760 miles to the cast southeast of Doras center Dora was moving toward the west northwest or west at about 10 miles an hour and will con tinue on that course for the next 24 hours according to the Weather Bureau advisory The hurricane will continue large and dangerous Seas are already rough over most of the southwest North Atlantic and will be gradually increasing along the southeast Atlantic Coast during he next two days the advisory said The Weather Bureau said the present and predicted move ment of Dora increases the threat to the southeast coastal sections p the United States But since it is moving slow ly there will be little effect ether than increasing seas through Tuesday have been flat broke Meany speaking as a leader of the AFLCIO which has en dorsed President Johnson said the AFLCIO believes that there should be a continuing invest ment in education in health in all kinds of needed public facilities By meeting the needs of the people in all these areas we will also provide jobs He added the areas of civil rights and foreign policy as the broad basic issues of the day Ross Hansen dairy barn razed in fire ROCKWELL A fire of un determined origin destroyed a large barn on the Ross Hansen farm 2V6 miles west of here Sunday morning The fire which started in the hay mow was discovered about 7 am when Hansen and his hired to milk Besides After being driven out of town with the aid if fire hoses several hundred youths re grouped near a bridge early Monday They threw rocks at passing cars and knocked down a utility pole blacking out part of the community of 2000 Eight policemen and about a fdozen youths were reported in jured More than 100 teenagers were arrested A 16yearold boy was struck in the right eye by rbirdshotlfrom a police shot gun Doctors said the boy prob ably would lose the eye A year ago several were injured and 70 arrested in a similar riot At Seaside Ore disturbances began Saturday light following street dancing and wholesale arrests were made before po lice dispersed some 1000 youths No property damage or serious injuries were reported But Sunday night brought vi olence as an estimated 700 youths moved from the beach to Seasidesmainstreet shaU tering at least eight store win dows and tearing apart a 30foot woodenplank ferce using the pieces as clubs The National Guard was called out About 80 youths were arrested v i I L 1 r It was the third straight year ttie Labor Day weekendwas markedlby theOre goncoastalcommunity At Grand Bend QntJseyeral hundred youths roamejjl VUMJ streets of the LakeHuron ire sort Sunday night singing and shouting at police It was the second disturbance in 24 hours Fifty persons arrested early Sunday morn ing but no arrests were re ported in the nighttime ruckus GOP may cover by airplane AP Photofax YOUTH NABBEDA teen ager finds himself in an un pleasant position beneath a policeman after the youth was caught by one of many offi cers who was trying to quiet rioting crowds in Seaside Ore the 54 by 56foot barn two calves and all of Hansens milk ing equipment were lost About 300 gallons of milk awaiting pickup also was lost Damaged in the blaze were a loafing shed and a small tool shed About 30 tens of hay also was burned Fire departments from Swalcdale and Rockwell battled the fire The loss was partially covered by insurance SCRANTON COMING Pennsylvania Governor Wil liam Scranton is scheduled to make an Monday Sept 21 a Cedar Rapids DES Re publicans are considering JIB airplane caravan as a way of taking their campaign to low ans The idea would be to use fleet of small airplanes to take Republican candidates to vari ous GOP meetings according to Republican State Chairman Rob ert Ray Ray said there is a splendid possibility that the Republicans will conduct a runwaystop caravan toward the end of the The Republican party boss said these stops would span several days probably day for each of the seven com gressional districts The Council of Republican Women sponsored an auto cara van during the primary and Democrats have effective with their bus caravans But this would be Iowas first all out air caravan All of Hancock County on GST GARNER All of Hancock County was on Central Standard Time Monday cils of Garner and Britt to a speical meeting Sfttwdty to change at 2 a dcckaW on the   

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